The traditional saree is one of the India’s ancient and perhaps the only unstitched garment from the past that saves women’s femininity. Over the years, it has become evolved to sensuous, glamorous all time favourite for Indian women, but also the ‘canvas’ for artists and printers to create artistic weaves, prints and glittering embellishments! In any Indian woman’s closet you will find at least one saree. Each and every part of India have different styles of sarees and each one is different from others. So if you’re interested to know more about different types of Indian traditional sarees then here is a list that should help. Have a look.
Tussar Silk Saree
Being an Indian woman, it is very important for you to know the importance of saree. The Tussar silk saree is a fine piece of cloth goes flawless with every skin tone, body type and every woman looks like a diva, an angel. Tussar silk sarees are special type of designer saree that gives a rich look to your personality.
Originating in the northern region of India, these traditional sarees are made of silk and zari gold thread. It has Mughal influence to it and is quite a favorite saree for weddings and occasions.
Origin of these saree is Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu. The original Kanchipuram silk saree of South India are weaved from pure mulberry silk yarn which comes from Kerala and the zari comes from Gujarat. The main feature of the saree is the gold-dipped thread that is woven along with fine silk fabric for an outstanding look.
Kota Doria Saree
Kota saree, also known as Kota Doria sarees are made in the villages in Kota, Rajasthan. The main characteristics of these sarees is that they are of a transparent design, woven using very fine cotton or cotton-silk fabric.
Tant saree is also transparent in texture. Tant means handloom in Bengali. Tant sarees have crisp muslin finish with broad pallus and is integrated with thread work borders. They are very light and appropriate for summer season of West Bengal.
Garad silk saree
Woman like to wear this saree in auspicious occasions like pooja, festivals or anything traditional. They consist of plain red borders set against a natural ground with off white, cream, and white as common. These saree are crafted with self zari work to give it a grace.
Chanderi Silk Saree
Traditionally designed and designed in Madhya Pradesh, India, Chanderi sarees give the royal affairs a pretty glance. This is a kind of tissue silk saree which is really unique. Chanderi silk sarees are also famous for the mastery artwork they have in their body. The designs and patterns of these sarees are made up of different materials such as old coin, floral art, peacocks and geometrics into different chanderi patterns.
Chiffon is among the most popular fabric which is a blend of various material such as polyester, silk and synthetic etc. This saree is very easy to drape and comfortable. It has a floating and elegant manner which is quite distinctive.